Knock knock~ Open the door to 2018! Open the door to new beginnings and new ideas. On this picture you see a traditional Fessi design. I even might say classical! I see a lot of hennaartists, both hobbyist and pro’s, doing “Morrocanish henna” and then calling it Fessi or Moroccan and that just drives me nuts sometimes.
If you make up patterns that are not part of the Fessi vocabulaire then it is not Fessi.
If you don’t use the dividing lines in the right order then it is not Moroccan.
If you think it is Moroccan but you have absolutely no clue why? Just call it Moroccan inspired. That is the safeway to go and keeps it clear for others.
Yes i’m a bit of a control freak when it comes to Moroccan Henna Style(s) matters. Not a bit....a big control freak 😜 so what i want to do.....
Live Q&A on Moroccan Henna Styles....would you like to join? If yes what would you like to ask me? Write your questions in the comments!!! 😃
Planning this for next week, so make sure you write down your questions in the comments before tuesday! Tag your hennafriends who are interested too. I wonder what you come up with!!! Speak soon 😘😘
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In my off-season, I try to work on everything I’ve intended to work on for the past year... this is actually a design I sketched in @hand.of.fatima ‘s Fessi-style class at HennaCon 2016... and I’m just now putting it onto skin! 😕 I hope it’s worthy of being called #moroccanhenna !! I kept the paste on for 12 hrs with the Hypafix tape — this video is the #reveal !!! @henna_con